Zack Parker and John Ryder will fight for the interim WBO middleweight title. The battle will take place in London at the O2 Arena on November 26 this year. The undefeated Derbyshire native will try to take on the more experienced Londoner. The confrontation is of great interest. Mostbet APK accepts bets on this fight.
The favorite with a slight advantage, according to the bookmakers, is Parker. Ryder should not be underestimated, but it will be extremely difficult to impose a fight in this battle on the “gorilla”. The outsider of the pair will be able to win only due to a lakipunch or a possible underestimation from the favorite.
A native of Swadlincote, he fought among professionals in 22 fights and won all of them. In 16 cases, the Briton ended the fight ahead of schedule. Since 2019, Zach has fought five times and knocked out Steven Crambert, Roan Murdoch, Vaughn Alexander, Sherzod Khusanov and Marcus Morrison in turn. Only the Australian managed to hold out for more than four three minutes, but in the 11th round Murdoch was defeated by technical knockout.
In the upcoming battle, Parker will meet with an unstable opponent, whom he is able to defeat. However, the British orthodox (boxing in the left stance) is less experienced than the opponent and this should be taken into account.
“Gorilla” held 36 battles in the professional ring, in which he won 31 times (17 by knockout) and lost in five cases. At the same time, John was delayed only once in his career by Nick Blackwell in May 2015. In the last nine confrontations, Ryder lost twice on points to Rocky Fielding in 2017 and Callum Smith in 2019. The Londoner managed to defeat Patrick Nielsen, Jamie Cox, Andrey Sirotkin, Bilal Akkawi, Mike Guy, Josef Yurko and Daniel Jacobs. The Briton does not have a powerful knockout blow, but most of the athlete’s recent victories were early.
You can expect good timing from the “gorilla”, but it will be difficult for the Londoner to impose a fight on a younger and more skilled opponent.
There will most likely be a long fight here. Yet the outsider has a strong chin. A fighter from London is not the easiest opposition, but he definitely won’t be able to delay a talented opponent, and Ryder is hardly worth hoping for judicial notes. Parker should win, if not early, then by decision and extend the winning streak to 23 wins in a row.